The only person in the world who can shrink and widen the pupil of the eye
Germany: If you look in the mirror with your eye, you will see a black pearl-like pearl in the middle of it which is called thin (papal). It has been revealed that the only person in the world who can stretch and shrink his eyelids whenever he wants.
The study, published in the International Journal of Psychophysiology, identified the 23-year-old German man as DW. According to the research report, no such incident has been reported in medical history so far and this is the first case of its kind.
Usually, the light in our eyes varies according to the amount of light. However, it is spread by eye drops in the eye hospital which is called papil delusion. Sometimes fear and surprise widen the pupil of the eye, but it is still out of human control.
The 23-year-old German student has mastered the delicate eye muscle that causes the skin to shrink and expand. This muscle is also called the sphincter muscle. According to experts, this spread is possible in a ‘direct way’ of which this is the first human example. The young man told scientists that he was interested in computer games. At the age of 16, he got tired of playing games, so he tried to relax his eyes in front of a mirror and found that he could easily control one of his eyelids. Then he tried the other eye and he succeeded. He now specializes in stretching and compressing the pupils of both eyes very comfortably.
Christoph Strach, a professor at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, met the young man and studied him. The young man told her that in case of stress the pupil expands while in contraction it relaxes. On the other hand, the famous Alum University in Germany has also done research on youth. In one experiment, he was asked to widen and narrow his eyelids. During this time, he was given a light current on his skin to check for any electrical activity in his brain. However, no evidence was found.
According to scientists, the young man’s skin changes shape as he relaxes and talks. Then, thanks to FMRI, the brain and the whole process have been examined.